The Colne Valley Fisheries Consultative have produced a short video about low flows

The UK Government is seeking the views of stakeholders on its plans to develop a National Policy Statement (NPS) for Water Resources.

The Association has called on water companies and the Environment Agency to take action to protect the River Chess as groundwater levels hit a record low.

Water levels at Maple Lodge Nature Reserve have fallen 32cm in just 2 weeks! This is the most sudden level drop ever recorded at this site. Other lakes and rivers in the Colne Valley have been experiencing low water levels.

Pollution can find its way into urban rivers via surface water outfalls (drains). The Zoological Society of London and Thames21 are recruiting volunteers to help conduct the Pinn Outfall Safari.

The Colne Valley Landscape Partnership is seeking views on the Colne Valley and the proposed ‘Landscape on the Edge’ bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund – and you can help!  Please  fill in the questionnaire at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ColneValleyLPS 

The Colne catchment is suffering from low flows as there has not been enough water re-charging the aquifers over the winter.This is especially noticeable in the Upper Colne at London Colney.

Thames 21 are holding monthly events along the Rivers Pinn & Fray's  in the London Borough of Hillingdon to enhance the river and its surroundings

All Thames21 events are on www.Thames21.org.uk/events/

The Colne Valley Fisheries Consultative has launched a new Project to enable the public to report and map pollution incidents in the Colne catchment. 

Uxbridge Rover Angling Club members and volunteers  cleared about 10 tons of pennywort from the Colne in Denham Country Park

Design by LTD Design Consultants and build by Garganey Consulting. From an original concept by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.